CEO Marcelo Claure and five others stand to collect millions of Sprint shares if the stock price can reach $8 and stay there for several months. Other disclosures include Claure’s aircraft use and relocation costs for Sprint’s internationally recruited executives.
NorthPoint Development wants to add three stories to the vacant Plaza Parkway Building and convert it to an assisted living center. But the proposal challenges part of the Midtown/Plaza Area Plan governing building heights in the Plaza “bowl.”
Corporate earnings season starts to wind down, but several regional companies will report numbers. On the economic front, July auto sales are released Tuesday, but the big number comes Friday when the July unemployment report is released by the Labor Department.
A group of officials sent letters Wednesday to civic groups in Kansas City, asking to discuss property tax abatements. Meanwhile, a group of petitioners wants to reform economic development incentives through a public vote.
A spokesman for the chain, Chris Arnold, said in an email Thursday that the company’s first Tasty Made burger restaurant will open in this fall in Lancaster, Ohio. Chipotle says the menu will be limited to burger, fries and milkshakes.
The Overland Park-based trucking company said its profits climbed thanks to an $11.1 million gain from disposing unused properties. Revenues fell during the quarter, and trucks carried lower tonnage than a year ago.
The hospital has received a top rating from The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.The overall rating coveres categories of mortality, safety of care, readmission, patient experience, effectiveness of care, timeliness of care, and efficient use of medical imaging.
Sprint’s chief technology officer John Saw wrote in a blog post that only parts of the network deal with Ericsson will be extended when it expires in September. It means some employees will return to Sprint’s payroll. When the deal was struck, about 6,000 Sprint employees, including 2,000 in the Kansas City area, essentially switched to Ericsson, but Saw and the company are offering no indication of how many jobs would return.
Kansas City-based Crawford Architects will design a new practice facility and headquarters for the Minnesota Vikings. Crawford will team with Minneapolis-based Kraus-Anderson Construction Co. to build the project, which is scheduled for a March 2018 opening.
Most large and midsize employers use applicant tracking systems — software applications that help wade through the applicant pool to find the best-qualified job candidates. Job hunters need resumes that match the top keywords in job descriptions in order for the computer system to rate the application highly enough for human eyes to follow up.
The Opus Group will build a 205,000-square-foot speculative industrial building, named 56 Commerce Center, at Old 56 Highway and Lone Elm Road in Olathe. The multitenant facility will be on a 53-acre site near Interstate 35 and is scheduled to open in January.
Officials say a computer service used by the campaign of Hillary Clinton was hacked as part of a broader breach of the Democratic National Committee, an intrusion for which the Russian government remains the leading suspect.